Overview: Looking to be part of something more meaningful? At HonorHealth, you’ll be part of a team, creating a multi-dimensional care experience for our patients. You’ll have opportunities to make a difference. From our Ambassador Movement to our robust training and development programs, you can select where and how you want to make an impact.
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HonorHealth is a non-profit, local community healthcare system serving an area of 1.6 million people in the greater Phoenix area. The network encompasses six acute-care hospitals, an extensive medical group, outpatient surgery centers, a cancer care network, clinical research, medical education, a foundation, and community services with approximately 13,100 team members, 3,500 affiliated providers and nearly 700 volunteers. HonorHealth was formed by a merger between Scottsdale Healthcare and John C. Lincoln Health Network. HonorHealth’s mission is to improve the health and well-being of those we serve.
As a community healthcare system, we have a unique responsibility to keep our facilities as safe as possible to protect our patients and team members. With this in mind, we require all new hires to have received the first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine before their start date and be scheduled for their second dose. New hires who choose to receive the Johnson & Johnson vaccine only need one dose to fulfill this requirement. Reasonable accommodations will be considered. Qualifications: Education
High School Diploma or GED Required
Must be able to pass EKG Exam. Required
Completion of Block 1 Nursing OR Technician-Patient Care (PCT) OR Medical Assistant (MA) OR Nursing Assistant (NA) OR Paramedic OR current HonorHealth employee in good standing with 6 months of experience OR six (6) months of prior telemetry tech experience. Required
Responsibilities: Job Summary
Monitors and interprets cardiac rhythms at the central telemetry station.
The staff member must be able to demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care appropriate to the age of the patients served on his/her assigned unit. The individual must demonstrate knowledge of the principles of growth and development of the life span and possess the ability to assess data reflective of the patient's status and interpret the appropriate information needed to identify each patient's requirements relative to his/her age-specific needs and to provide the care needed as described in the unit's departmental policies and procedures
- Monitors waveforms and identifies normal rhythms and dysrhythmias. Documents rhythm strip every shift and as needed with any changes in rhythm. Troubleshoots and maintains telemetry transmitters and receivers. Communicates with the healthcare team of any abnormal rhythm or changes in a patient’s rhythm.
- Assists, provides input, and serves as a resource to the healthcare team.
- Provides customer service by addressing or redirecting questions or concerns from patients, families, caregivers, visitors or healthcare team members.
- Maintains unit and other regulatory education requirements. Participates in continuing education, quality improvement activities, and supports membership in technical organizations.
- Utilizes material resources in a cost-effective manner. Recommends cost-saving measures within the department or unit.
- Responds appropriately to crisis/emergency situations. Seeks guidance from appropriate resource relevant to the situation.
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